This training is intended for U.S. Criminal Justice
Practitioners. Please register using your agency-issued email.
This course was funded by the Bureau of Justice
This course provides an introduction to data
encryption, covering the purpose of encryption as well as the process of encrypting
data, and clarifying the distinctions between encryption and other operations
like password protection and encoding. It explores the confusion, diffusion,
and secret key encryption methods. Topics include detecting encryption
(including recognition of some of the most popular types of encryption
software), as well as proper procedures for law enforcement professionals who detect that encryption may be present on a device. The course also
provides an overview of some of the best and most common
encryption detection software tools.
This course has been certified by IADLEST as part of the National Certification Program.
complete this course and pass the post test are eligible for 0.083 points toward
the 3CE certification.
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After completing the pre-test, proceed to
After completing this module, proceed to the post-test.
Students who score 80% or higher have passed the post-test and will be
awarded a certificate of completion.
Student feedback is an important part of the training cycle. Please complete
the following evaluation to assist us in determining the effectiveness of our
training and to obtain 100% completion for this course.
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